Consumer Columnist for The Jerusalem Post
(May 2000 - February 2001)

This work included an illustrated, 2,000 word, weekend column for The Jerusalem Post Magazine plus a 1,000 word, midweek column. Click here to see a list of "Consuming Passion" weekend articles. To see some of Shevi's illustrations click on the image at right. 

The Most Heavenly Treat (Nov. 17, 2000)

Other work for The Jerusalem Post

 Arts and entertainment writer specializing in children's entertainment and humor, travel articles, photography and additional illustration work.

Editor of The Comic Paper (Iton Hacomics)

The Comic Paper was a monthly, Hebrew magazine dealing with comics and cartoons. It ran for 64 issues and consisted of translated comics, original submissions and articles on comics related subjects. To view a few sample covers, click the image to the right. 

Political cartoonist and illustrator for Yom Hashishi (1987-1994)

  Yom Hashishi (The Sixth Day) was an Israeli newsweekly for the orthodox Jewish public.  This job required submitting five or six cartoons a week plus illustrations for two other writers' stories.  Also included were an annual, two-page, color, Purim special and an annual, two-page, color year in review.  To view a few cartoons click here.

Other work for Yom Hashishi

Occasional cover design, several special entertainment pages during the 1991 Gulf War, a five part humor series on dieting, book reviews, art reviews, photography and illustrations for the family pages

Work for Other Publications

A consumer article for The SCBWI Bulletin and an article about Israeli comics for The Comics Journal (USA).  Illustration work for the Israeli children's magazine Yeladudes.  Comics in Shpitz, the magazine of the Israeli cartoonists' organization.  Poetry in a Hebrew University publication 


Shevi Arnold has degrees in English Literature and Theater Studies, as well as a teacher's certificate, from Hebrew University in Jerusalem.  She graduated from the Bezalel Art Academy's external school of computer design, where she studied computer graphics, art and animation.